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Ohio State University holds many of its games in Columbus Ohio and the city itself is always bustling with activity, from night life to little league games. It's all in Columbus. Unfortunately for some people, getting to these events isn't possible because their transmission or engine has failed. Anyone that has had this happen knows it's best to take care of the problem early on and get back on the road. Here's how.

New, used, or re-manufactured?

Three options are available to people that have a transmission that isn't going to do its work anymore. Buying used transmissions or used engines is going to be the best, because it's the cheapest option. Re-manufactured transmissions are also very cheap, but they are listed as in almost like-new condition. New transmissions are great because they're brand new and have a lifetime ahead of them, but they can be incredibly expensive and don't fit into many budgets. Thanks to the Internet, it's possible to find a great used transmission for less.

The search for transmissions

The Internet makes this step easy. Instead of calling up a local dealer that doesn't have much competition, use a nationwide search engine like this one. You get thousands of potential transmission and used motor dealers and repairmen that are anxious to prove themselves to you and win your business by lowering their prices to match your budget. Don't settle for a local Columbus, Ohio dealer that might overcharge just because he can.

Check their references

Don't select the first dealer you come across. Once you have a list of potential transmission dealers and repairmen, then you can begin asking the tough questions. Make them provide a full warranty on all parts and labor. If they won't do this, then it's time to look elsewhere. Secondly, they need to provide references for their prior work, so that you know there's a long line of happy customers in their past. Once you have these two things, it's just a matter of setting up an appointment.